Why not puzzle a lunch box? The Super 3D Tin Lunch Box Puzzle by Prime 3D LTD from Hong Kong (Hall 10.0/A01) makes that possible. The company uses so-called lenticular images. These are images whose miniature lenses or prisms create a three-dimensional impression or so-called changing or flip pictures. This effect is created when the image is viewed from different angles. This then creates a stylish lunch carrier.
Stylish storage is also a hot topic for the new products from LILALU GmbH, Germany (Hall 1/A-20). Share Happiness is the motto under which the company offers storage containers for pens, brushes or tooth brushes of the HOLDYS design. From the cute unicorn to the rubber duck, there is something for everyone’s taste that looks good on any desk and in all bathrooms.
Children have special requirements when it comes to light. The right balance between bright and dim can be created with light boxes by LIMUNDO from Germany (Hall 3A/D-08) which can be fitted with different front panels. New this year: Themes from the German children’s program Sendung mit der Maus have been designed under license from WDR Media Group. Soft LEDs shine a light on the panels that slide into the light boxes made of wood. The cosy light helps to create a safe environment in which to play and sleep.
The latest children’s collection, Adventure by Lässig GmbH from Germany (Hall 2/D-19, E-12) allows children to personalise their style. Textile stickers help them to design just about everything. Next to backpacks for nursery school and even primary school, the collection offers satchels, sports carryalls, trolleys, car organisers, lunch boxes and drink bottles.
Sustainable backpacks come from Undercover (SIMBA DICKIE GROUP; Hall 4/C-04). The lining’s textile fibres for the neoxx brand products are made 100 % from recycled PET bottles. Currently, the Active backpack is made of around 15 recycled bottles. The new school satchel brand offers a range of ideal companions for 9- to 13-year olds.